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Apple Kugel


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  • 6 green apples peeled and sliced
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 cup flour
  • 4 eggs


Beat the oil, sugar and eggs together. Add rest of ingredients and bake in well greased med sized pan in medium oven until set. this could take as long as an hour and a half. Serve warm. freezes well.

Recipe from Sara Finkel

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Lately, I've been  writing a cookbook about interplay between Jewish tradtion and Jewish cooking .

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4 Responses to Apple Kugel

  1. Your Apple Kugel recipe looks amazing. Have you ever tried making this for Passover, substituting a different ingredient in place of the cup of flour? I imagine you could use Cake Meal, but I’m not sure how much of it one would use.

  2. Thanks for the compliment. my mother has a pesachdig one. Soaked matzos apples etc. I’ll email you the document.

  3. Here’s a Passover apple kugel from my Mom.For a sweet and pareve dish try my Mom’s apple kugel which can be either be a side dish or a dessert.
    Crush 10 machine matzos into small pieces. Soak for up to one hour in one litre of orange juice. Beat six eggs until frothy. Add between one and a half to two cups of sugar to the egg mixture. Add to the matzo oj mixture.
    Peel and slice three to four granny smith apples.
    Oil a large foil tray. Layer with matzo batter, apples and matzo batter.
    Bake uncovered for an hour at medium heat 350 F/180 C. This freezes well.
    Sorry no pix. It’s only for gebruchts eaters.

    • avatar says: Nicholas

      Thanks for these delicious-looking recipes. I’m new to Judaism and new to Passover and am going to try the Passover kugel this week, it looks great; after going to my first seder I want to share some of the greatness of Jewish food with my sister and niece.

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